During the Experiential Learning Symposium held at Guttman Community College on April 10, first-year student Madeline Ramirez participated in the “Putting Vocation into the Academic Curriculum” presentation with Mary Gatta, Associate Professor, Niesha Ziemhke, Associate Dean of Programs and Planning, and Tiffany Bailey-Gilles, Academic Internship Specialist.
In the essay, “Time”, Guttman Community College Professor Ria Banerjee reflects on the changes that contemporary gender activism has wrought upon so-called canonical poems like T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land.
During the fall of 2018, Guttman Community College faculty have continued to expand their published scholarship, earn distinguished awards and grants, and present their estimable research.
Vivian Lim, Guttman Assistant Professor of Mathematics, was selected to join the fifth cohort of ELEVATE fellows. The Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CMSI) will be hosting the fifth annual early career faculty training program, ELEVATE (Enriching Learning, Enhancing Visibility & Training Educators), in Philadelphia, PA, May 29-May 31, 2019. ELEVATE is a three-day […]
Gathering student feedback on courses and instructors has become routine in higher education, with this information influencing important personnel decisions, for instance, assigning instructors to open classes. In addition to reviewing the literature that examines and critiques student evaluations of teaching, the researchers apply the lenses of gender and race to further probe the common practice. Dr. Allen offers important guidance on the use of this type of feedback. “Our study suggests that written comments are a precious resource of information and may prove instructive to chairs and higher education administrators in detecting bias in student evaluations. Thus, when making personnel decisions such as promotion and tenure of faculty of color and women, decision-makers have access to all the information provided by the instrument to help contextual summative assessments of teaching.”
On December 6, 2018, Dr. Mary Gatta, Professor Meagan Lacy, and Dr. Nate Mickeslon presented their new publications at Guttman’s Book Talk event. Howard M. Wach, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, moderated the panel discussion and Q&A session. Dr. Mary Gatta’s new book, Waiting on Retirement: Aging and Economic Insecurity in Low-Wage Work, […]
On December 11, Ethnographies of Work first-year students (House 4, Cohort 3) from Professor Mary Gatta’s class presented their original ethnographic research based on October 30 and November 27 visits to the following organizations: West Harlem Group Assistance UNITE HERE Cookfox Architects Serino Coyne SOMPO International ASME New York City Bar Association The seven groups […]
On October 23, 2018, four students from Professor Sebastien Buttet’s ECON 201 Macroeconomics class participated in the College Fed Challenge, a competition organized by the Federal Reserve Bank that aims to bring real-world economic analysis into the classroom. As part of the Challenge, students presented a case analysis of macroeconomic indicators for the U.S. economy, […]
Guttman Community College Professors Marla A. Sole and Rodrigo Lobo along with Diana Zechowski, Career Strategist, and students Thomas Jones and Angie Cordoba gave a poster presentation on July 31st at the New York City Department of Education School Technology Summit. The talk, entitled Electronic Portfolios: A Framework for Archiving and Assessing Students’ Educational Growth, described […]
Guttman faculty members Dr. Nate Mickelson, Assistant Professor of English, Dr. Daniel Collins, Associate Professor of English, and Dr. Claire King, Assistant Professor of English, are featured in the new book Writing as a Way of Staying Human in a Time that Isn’t, a collection from Vernon Press that advocates for using writing as a […]